Finally, I think you should try at least one low-altitude go-around, sometimes called a balked landing. A balked landing is more of a certification maneuver that demonstrates that the airplane is capable of a safe go-around from the actual landing flare with landing flaps and gear extended. A last-second go-around is not something many of us do often in real life flying, and it can be demanding. The descent rate has to be halted immediately, full power applied, and in most airplanes, once the descent has been halted, flaps raised to takeoff/approach setting. Then once there is a positive rate of climb you raise the gear. In many airplanes the pitch trim changes will be huge and you will find yourself pushing hard on the yoke to keep the nose down while you get the trim changed. In some airplanes the nose-up pitch force can be so large that small pilots may not be able to hold the nose down and will need to modulate the power to control the stick force. If you handle the balked landing smoothly the first time, your skills aren't too degraded.